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Sports Premium

Sports Premium

During 2016/2017, the Government is continuing to provide additional funding for schools to improve the PE and Sport provision.


Sports Premium Funding at Park Walk

Park Walk Sports Grant 2013 – 2014


Park Walk Sports Grant 2014 – 2015


Park Walk Sports Grant 2015 – 2016


Park Walk Sports Grant 2016 – 2017









What will the Sports Premium Grant be spent on during 2016 – 2017?

At Park Walk Primary School, each pupil from Reception to Year 6 receives 2 hours high quality Physical Education per week.

We are using our Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

- employing a dedicated Sports Teacher – 5 days a week  

- employing a dedicated Sports Teaching Assistant – 5 days a week

- offering an active start to the day for our breakfast club

- continuation of increased swimming provision for Reception

- KS1 to KS2 – Be the Best You Can Be – Project – guest speakers

- entering Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea leagues and competitions 

  throughout the year

- increase range of activities available at lunchtimes

- planning sports events throughout the academic year to enthuse and inspire


- engage in projects with Chelsea Football Club


What was the Impact of our Sports Funding 2015 – 2016?  

Park Walk achieved the Bronze Sainsbury’s School Games Mark award for commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport in 2014/2015.  

How was the money spent?

What has the impact been?

Dedicated Sports TA

Staff felt well supported during PE sessions and able to plan to progress pupils skills. Accurate tracking of pupil progress and planning for pupils needs.

Progressive Sports Coaches

Supporting the teachers – new ideas and strategies

Implementing a PE programme with clear progression

Pupils’ attainment accurately tracked and developed with specific coaching support.

Breakfast Club – Active Start

Here is what the children have to say about the active start at breakfast club:

“I like doing sports in the morning because it wakes me up and gets my body moving.”

“It makes me feel happy and fresh.”

“I like it when I sweat because then I know I have been working.”

“I like activities in the morning because it gets me energetic and ready for my learning.”

“It makes me feel prepared for the day.”

“After breakfast club, I feel ready and awake for school.”

Change for Life

Increased teamwork and enjoyment of joining in with sports activities for targeted pupils.

  • Entering pupils in regular sport tournaments, festivals and competitions organised by Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Participation in RBKC leagues – see table below.

  • Physical activity at break times – provision and resourcing

Grouping of pupils to allow for specific sports on different days. Increased range of activities.

School awarded with silver award for Healthy Schools.

  • Additional swimming provision

Increased confidence of younger pupils during swimming. Reception pupils skills well developed.

  • Sports events – whole school - flash mob dance

Enjoyment, confidence and collaboration of the whole school. Increased awareness of performance. Encouraging parental engagement.

  • Developing links with local sports clubs

Participation in variety of new projects – Equality and Diversity Project (year 4), Reading Stars (year 5 and 6)


Park Walk Primary School Sports Achievements (2015-2016) within RBKC

Park Walk increased by 50% the number of competitions they entered last year. During the last academic year the school entered 23 competitions. Here are the results:  

Term /Date





Year 6 Football

Top of the group

2nd in the final

St Luke’s


Yr 5/6 Netball

4th in the group

St Luke’s


Yr5 Football League

2nd in the group

St Luke’s


Yr 5/6 Netball League

2nd in the group

St Luke’s


Yr 4 Football League

2nd in the Group

St Luke’s


Yr 5/6 Girls Football League

3rd in the group

St Luke’s


25th November

Yr 5/6 Tri-Golf  (Mixed)

2nd in the group


25th November


Yr 5/6 Tag Rugby  (Mixed)

3rd  place – Bronze


25th November

Yr 5/6 Volleyball

3rd in the group


25th November

Yr 5/6 Quicksticks (Mixed)

3rd  place – Bronze


25th November

Yr 5/6 Mini Basketball

2nd  place – Silver


25th November

Yr 5/6 Table Tennis (Mixed)

3rd  place – Silver


26th November

Yr  3/4 Football (QPR)

3rd  Place – Bronze


11th December

Yr 6 Football Final

2nd Place – Silver


3rd February

Yr 6/6 Indoor Athletics

2nd in the south of the Borough

Chelsea Academy

24th February

Yr5/6 Girls Football Festival

3rd place in the group


27th April

Yr5/6Athletics Kids Festival

4th place

Holland  Park

11th May

Yr 4 Mini Tennis

2nd in the group


18th May

Yr5/6 Kwik Cricket (Boys)

2nd Place (Silver)


24th May


6th Place

Battersea Park

25th May

Yr 5/5 Kwik Cricket (Girls )

4Th place


16th June

Yr 5/6 Kwik Cricket (mix)

1st Place (Gold)

Battersea Park

14th July

Swimming Gala

6th place

Chelsea Sports Centre